Thank you for taking an active step to aid Beirut through the Lebanon Medical Relief Project - a People to People transfer from Americans to the Lebanese directly. As donations from the global community pour into Beirut, medical supplies remain in very short supply and hospitals only have a few days of essential supplies available. The Ghassan and Manal Saab Foundation and the American Task Force on Lebanon (ATFL) are leading a national coordinated effort to airlift medical and pharmaceutical supplies and equipment to Lebanon. It’s an approach that deals with the urgency to get the donated medicines, medical supplies that these hospitals need -- NOW, and requires national coordination with experienced NGOs like Anera, Afya Foundation, and Direct Relief, in addition to US government agencies.


On August 24, 2020, we expect our first plane donated by FedEd to arrive in Beirut, Lebanon with nearly $12.7+ million in medical and surgical supplies. Cash donations will help subsidize procurement, shipping, palletizing and handling expenses within the United States. Please donate below!



We are utilizing the Center for Arab American Philanthropy's ("CAAP") platform to fundraise solely for the procurement, collection, shipment and distribution of medical supplies, surgical supplies and personal protective equipment for Lebanese hospitals in need. Your contribution is tax-deductible in the U.S. and 100% of your dollar will go toward the initiative. 



A Chance to Give Back

We are so proud of the many Lebanese-American philanthropists and affiliated charities who have joined this initiative to effectuate relief in our beloved Beirut.


A specific thank you to the Lebanon Relief Working Group whom put this together:

Ambassador Edward Gabriel, Manal Saab, Jean AbiNader, Rashal Baz Zureikat, Micheline Nader, Emile and Dina Haddad, Dr. Andrew Letayf, Zaher Akl, Akram AbouKhalil, and Anis Abdul-Karim.

American Task Force on Lebanon, The Ghassan and Manal Saab Foundation, Anera, Direct Relief, Afya Foundation, Clinton Foundation, ALMA-LA, Jobs for Lebanon, Cedars Relief and Lebanon Relief Campaign.


Reach out with questions, or if you’d like to join the list.

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Project Coordinator

The ATFL is a nonprofit, tax-exempt organization comprised of Americans of Lebanese heritage and others who share a common interest in Lebanon and the goals of the ATFL. ATFL is nonsectarian, independent, and nonpartisan. Its purpose is to improve the civic, cultural, educational, and charitable ties between our two countries, and the common values that unite us.



Logistics & Shipment

Direct Relief is a humanitarian aid organization, active in all 50 states and more than 80 countries, with a mission to improve the health and lives of people affected by poverty or emergencies – without regard to politics, religion, or ability to pay.



Logistics & Shipment

Afya's mission is to improve global health by rescuing surplus medical supplies and delivering them to underserved health systems around the world. With your help, we can achieve that goal.



On The Ground in Lebanon

Anera's medical donations team is currently coordinating shipments of medicines and health care supplies to be air-shipped to Lebanon from the US and the UK. Our on-the-ground staff are organizing clean-up efforts as well as distributions of water, food, cleaning supplies, hand sanitizer, masks and gloves to families and others who are picking up the pieces after the tragic explosion.

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Project Contributor

Jobs for Lebanon is a US based non-profit that aims to address the ongoing economic crisis in Lebanon by encouraging the 16 million Lebanese in the diaspora to offer job opportunities to qualified Lebanese talent.  Through this effort, JFL empowers the diaspora to participate in the country’s economic recovery by connecting them with qualified talent-base in Lebanon.


Please contact Rashal Baz Zureikat with any inquiries through the form below:


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+1 (810) 516-7444

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